e.d.g.e. ft. Shinobistalin - Work Harder

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Reeplay
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Rappers have no shortage of words - grind, hustle, push - to describe their work ethic, but Vancouver’s e.d.g.e and Orlando’s MC Shinobistalin, who is affiliated with Vets of Kin, like to put things more simply; they just Work Harder. The Reeplay produced track, which features a soul sample beat that creates a nice and smooth atmosphere, finds both emcees telling their respective stories of grinding and building their respective reputations from the ground up. The underground, from the Pacific coast of Canada to the Atlantic coast of Florida, is brimming with talent and people who take their craft very seriously, but do e.d.g.e and Shinobistalin have the skills to back up their work ethic?  Tell the Booth in the comment section below.  Work Harder is not yet attached to any upcoming project.

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